Advances in Applied Spectroscopy: Concepts and Techniques

Yashashchandra Dwivedi and Shyam Bahadur Rai (Editor)
National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra Physics Department, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra, India

Series: Analytical Chemistry and Microchemistry
BISAC: SCI013010

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Spectroscopy in its broadest sense deals with the interaction of light with matter. Spectroscopic techniques contribute a lot to various diverse research areas including material processing and characterization, communication, forensic science, defense, etc. The rapid expansion of research activity in the field of material science evokes the need for different analytical and diagnostic techniques. Spectroscopy is such an analytical and diagnostic tool, extremely used to characterize materials. It is now commonly used by astrophysicist, mineralogists, nano-physicists or even scientists working in medical research.

This book has therefore been prepared to provide easy access to basic information on different spectroscopy techniques and related instrumentation. This book is intended as a guide to the novice reading technical books or facing the complexities while dealing with the concept of spectroscopic techniques and their instrumentation. The authors of chapters presented in this book are all experts in their fields and were instructed to give substantial information to enable novices to learn and understand the advanced spectroscopic techniques. The present book primarily provides details about the time resolved spectroscopy; laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS); Raman spectroscopy; nonlinear spectroscopy; microwave spectroscopy; up conversion spectroscopy, etc. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

About the Editors

List of Contributors

Chapter 1. Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy: Application to Powder Samples
Hervé K. Sanghapi, Krishna K. Ayyalasomayajula, Fang Y. Yueh, Jagdish P. Singh and Dustin L. Mcintyre

Chapter 2. Designing of Artificial Light Energy Converters by Using Time Resolved Spectroscopy
Priyanka Chakraborty and Tapan Ganguly

Chapter 3. Imaging Spectroscopy in High Temperature Plasmas
Manoj Kumar

Chapter 4. 1D and 3D Photonic Crystal Structures Towards Field Enhancement, SERS and Optical Limiting Studies
D. Narayana Rao, V. Sreeramulu, S. Guddala, V. Saikiran, K. Shadak Alee, A. Chiasera and M. Ferrari

Chapter 5. The Effect of Plasma Processes in Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy
V. N. Rai

Chapter 6. Applications of Upconversion Emissions as a Probe to Investigate Structural-Order
Ariadne C. Eduardo, Sandra C. Pereira, Paula D. G. Silva, Alberthmeiry T. De Figueredo, Cristiano Morita Barrado, Maximo Siu Li, and Elson Longo

Chapter 7. Recent Advances in Ultrafast Spectroscopic Techniques: Probing the Interplay between Structure and Dynamics of Molecules
P. Mathi, D.K. Palit and B.N. Jagatap

Chapter 8. The Instrumentation and Design of High Power Microwave Sources
Gargi Dixit

Chapter 9. Polarized Raman Spectroscopy: Basic Principles and Instrumentation
Dheeraj K Singh and Shweta Singh

Index

This book is targeted to the post-graduate students, applied scientist, industry researchers working in the in the field of Material synthesis, Spectroscopy, Sensor development. Since this book contains multidisciplinary flavor so it will be worth for the people working in different branch of Physics, Chemistry and Engineering.  This book is beneficial for both the young and the mature researchers as it contains fundamental of different types of spectroscopic techniques and recent advancements.

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